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Dick Tracy by Joe Staton and Mike Curtis

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  1. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 2 hours ago

    It’s possible that Axel could disappear like that, but I think the Annie thing is a one-shot deal, so I expect it to be self-contained. Team Tracy does like to surprise us, though, and to keep us in suspense, so anything can happen.

  2. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 3 hours ago

    A quick review of the 1944 timeline shows that the first week of September saw Annie Frank and her family shipped off to Auschwitz and the liberation of Brussels and Antwerp, Belgium. The Soviet Union also declared war on Bulgaria.

  3. Neil Wick commented on Gasoline Alley about 3 hours ago

    Beautiful detail on the chain-link fence drawing (as well as everything else). Happy Labour Day everyone!

  4. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 3 hours ago

    I hope “Blue” doesn’t mean snag Annie and lock her up !!!



    I was afraid that she might get locked up, but I think it would have happened on the Kenyon farm it it were going to happen.

  5. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 3 hours ago

    Good theory, Jonathan, though my suspicion is that that is not likely to be the explanation. I’d be a little surprised if Axel was familiar with Smith’s project, though only a little surprised. It’s not exactly a far-fetched notion (any more than other theories we’ve had recently about what’s going on).

  6. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 4 hours ago

    Kenyon doesn’t answer the question — he just changes the subject. Apparently he’s had a breakthrough and need to get word to Axel right away. I guess he doesn’t have a phone? Or maybe this is too top-secret to say over the phone.

    I notice that according to Kenyon’s calendar, it’s now September 1944, so I guess almost four months have passed since Tracy arrived in Simmons Corners?

  7. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 10 hours ago

    Yes, you have to be careful to avoid a Moiré pattern. It takes some skill to know what going to happen.

  8. Neil Wick commented on Gasoline Alley about 10 hours ago

    I didn’t know the garage was so big or had such a big yard! Also I thought it was closer to downtown.

  9. Neil Wick commented on Gasoline Alley about 10 hours ago

    There’s very little notice of Labor Day anymore. Most stores don’t close anymore and people flock to them for them for the sales.



    That’s kind of sad. In Canada, it’s illegal for most stores to open on Labour Day, unless they are in a tourist area or involved in the entertainment industry (video stores, movie theatres, theme parks, etc.)

  10. Neil Wick commented on Gasoline Alley about 10 hours ago

    “The United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, known as the Shakers, was a religious sect founded in the 18th century in England, having branched off from a Quaker community.” There aren’t too many of them left now, since they believe in celibacy.